The Zenfone 9 from Asus is expected to be released in India soon

Rithika Biswas
Rithika Biswas August 30, 2022
Updated 2022/08/30 at 8:45 PM

Asus has been busy these few months with their serial launching of products. Their latest launch entails – The Zenfone 9 which is now available in the Indian market. A few of its features at first glance are – a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor, RAM of 8GB,128Gb storage, a beautiful 5.9” AMOLED display, 50mp multiple rear cameras, and a 12mp front camera. 

Zenfone 9 is being retailed for Rs 64,490 in India. It comes paired with a 4300mAh fast charging battery. The handset has a single core cortex X2 of 2.75GHz. Adreno 730 is responsible for stunning graphics. It has a screen resolution of 1080×2400 pixels protected by Corning gorilla glass and has a refresh rate of 120Hz. 

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This Asus model comes in various stunning colors ranging from Midnight Black to Starry Blue, to Sunset Red, and lastly  Moonlight White. They are water resistant up to 30 minutes in a meter and a half of water thanks to their IP68. 

Talking about the camera setup in this Zenfone 9, it comes with a dual rear camera of 50mp and 12mp respectively and a front camera of 12mp with autofocus phase detection. it also has continuous shooting modes with high-speed dynamic range (HDR) mode. The c-type cable fast charging battery has the capacity to go from 0%-50% in 30 minutes. This latest handset is made for 5G connectivity. 

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Zenfone 9 comes with exquisite audio quality, a jack of 3.5mm accompanied by sensory monitors like – a fingerprint sensor and face id for biometric security along with a light sensor, proximity sensor, and more. 

One of the downsides entails restricted internal storage and average camera quality for those who expect more. 

Asus Zenfone 9 is a handset that ensures seamless and butter-like flexibility & functionality with a robust chipset for quick processing and fast execution. However considering the price listed by Asus, two rear cameras don’t seem to be enough. 


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